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Re: OLPC Moves to ARM. Farewell, Windows XP?

____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Saturday 14 March 2009 14:37 : \____

> After takin' a swig o' grog, Tim Smith belched out
>   this bit o' wisdom:
>> In article <gpfpmk$bkd$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>>  Hadron <hadronquark@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> > Where exactly did I mention Microsoft?  I have no idea what, if any,
>>> > Microsoft contributed to the Intel Classmate.
>>> I am amazed at your patience.
>>> Linosuck is a master of the non linear reply.
>> I assume he's just a little light headed from the lack of oxygen in
>> Roy's anal canal. 

No need for your fantasies here in COLA, Timmy. For your knowledge, I'm

>> He really should pull his head out now and then and 
>> get a breath of fresh air.
> At last, the /real/ Tim Smith exposes himself.  No reply to my
> clear recounting of what happened in the thread.  Instead,
> he joins his new buddy, Hadron, in the sphincter-fest.
> Tim Smith, fully uncloaked.  Not a pleasant sight.
> I thought Tim at least had some technical integrity.  But, when the chips
> are down, he aligns himself with one of shittiest kooks in COLA.

And Digg... and Slashdot... harlow-monkeys/hardlowmonkeys sure gets around. 

                ~~ Best of wishes

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